Eric Gagne actually helped the Sox

Sure, we may have traded David Murphy and Kason Gabbard for Eric Gagne last season. Sure, he may have rocked a 6.75 ERA in 18.7 regular season innings and a SLIGHTLY less-gross 5.12 ERA in 4.1 postseason innings. Sure, David Murphy was the Texas Rangers rookie of the year last season despite only being there […]

Daisuke put on DL

Daisuke Matsuzaka was put on the disabled list today after an MRI on his shoulder revealed a mild strain of his right rotator cuff. Dice-K tried his hand at arguing the move, saying that he wanted to pitch through the strain. Unfortunately when you still need a translator to complete post-game interviews, the chances of […]

Friday Linkage – 05/30/08

Inside The Ballpark: The 10 worst debut seasons by future All-Stars. Three Sox players are on the list. I’ll give you a hint as to who they are: bloody sock, 499 homeruns, and a no-hitter. Fire Ned Colletti Now: Joe Torre really DOES have the hugest “man chest” I’ve ever seen. It is mildly disturbing […]

Friday Linkage

I decided to start a new section of the site called ‘Friday Linkage.’ Every other blog in the history of the Internet seems to have a weekly link post so why should I be any different? I love conforming! The main reason behind starting it is because there are quite a few baseball stories that […]

Julian Tavarez has lost his World Series ring

Even after Julian was designated for assignment, reassigned to Pawtucket, and then picked up by the Milwaukee Brewers, he still manages to make headlines in Boston. This time the whacky pitcher has managed to lose his $20,000 World Series ring. He forgot to pack it while cleaning out his locker at Fenway and isn’t sure […]

Road woes continue

The Sox dropped another road game last night, behind a magnificent pitching performance by Tim Wakefield, to lower their road record to 11-19 on the season. It’s the worst record we’ve had through 30 games since 1987. If it wasn’t for the 21-5 home record, we would be A LOT further behind Tampa Bay than […]

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